ComputerWeekly Blog awards - voting ends this week

If you haven’t already then this week is your last chance to cast your vote in ComputerWeekly.com’s IT blog awards.

So far we have had nearly 8000 votes cast and there’s one week to go until voting closes on the 20 November – so if you haven’t voted yet then cast your vote now to make it count.

The details for the awards event to be held at Shoreditch House on 25 November next week are as follows: Those who have been shortlisted should have received their invite. Please note the event is strictly by invitation only. Sorry!
Details are below

Kick off – 6.30pm for 7pm

Awards presentation – 8pm 

Dress – casual/informal/whatever you like

RSVP – essential to get on the guest list. RSVP to ITblogs@computerweekly.com 

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Hi Guys,

Check this link https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/features/the-sunday-et/backpage/Hackings-ethical-side/articleshow/5231471.cms

This is one of the biggest hoax I have ever come across. Ankit coining the word “ethical hacker” J LOL . I was under the impression that the term “ethical hacker” was coined by IBM many years ago before Ankit Fadia started writing technical stuffs. I am not sure why he is so famous? Most of the stuff he writes is freely available in the wild.
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